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10 Assorted Small Bird Toys$29.99BrandsPrevue Hendryx
100 pcs Plastic C-clips Hooks Chain Links C-links Rat Parrot Bird Toy Cage$6.80BrandsYUYUSO
10pcs Rattan Balls Bird Toy DIY Accessories Toy for Parrot Budgie Parakeet Cockatiel Conure Lovebird Finch Macaw African Grey Cockatoo Amazon Cage Part Random Color$3.99 – $4.59BrandsKeersi
A Ring of Fleece by Parrot Kook Bird Toy Medium Perch Swing for conures african grey parrot toy$12.99BrandsParrot Kook
Alfie Pet by Petoga Couture – Fritzi Educational Color and Shape Training Toy for Birds – Color: Orange, Size: Medium$15.99BrandsAlfie
B&P Natural Wood Perch Tree Stand Bird Toy Parrots Habitat Cage Accessories (length 15.7in)$6.26 – $16.38BrandsBeaks And Paws
Bamboo Weaving Paper Strips Parrot Bird Toy for Budgie Parakeet Cockatiel Conure Lovebird Finch Cockatoo African Grey Macaw Eclectus Amazon Cage$4.59BrandsKeersi
Bird Chew Toys with Bells Hanging Colorful Rattan Ball Twist String Toy for Parrots Parakeet African Greys Amazons Eclectus Small Cockatoos and Mini Macaws$7.88BrandsSHANTU
BIRD KABOB Bird Toy$6.99 – $16.85BrandsBIRD KABOB
These are toys meant to be destroyed and consumed. Treat toys are good to build your birds’ independence, as he/she tries to figure out how to get the treat and gets rewarded by achieving this. Some of these types involve rolling a ball to make the food come out, these are fun and rewarding (plus, it keeps them busy a little longer than stationary treat toys). Stationary treat toys stand alone so the bird can work around them to eat, these are gone a little quicker (if your bird is persistent) but it can help enhance their perching skills because they have to grip and move around in order to enjoy. Trickier treat toys are also important, like the food in the box toys and ones you need to spin in order to release the food; these treat toys are good to stimulate their curiosity and keep them motivated in learning new things. Plus these are fun to watch!
These are meant for a more bonding experience for you and your bird. You can have the enjoyment of helping your bird figure out the toy and reward them with your own treats. There are several of these types of toys as well. There are ring toys where the bird must take each ring and put it on the “stick” as if stacking them. They are good with colors as well so of course they come in different patterns and colors for their enjoyment (and yours!). Push button toys are also good because it stimulates the birds’ sense of cause and effect; when the bird pushes the botton, something happens (a song plays or some other toy pops out, etc).
Swings and ladders
The best toy to strengthen muscles and keep them entertained are swings and/or perches. These are toys that are important because it keeps them mentally alert too because they can shift their weight around and experience the soothing rocking motion of the swing. Swings and ladders are fun for the bird, but also fun for you to watch and enjoy as well; and again, many different styles, patterns and colors are available to choose from.
It’s always a good idea to keep plenty of toys available for your bird. Another good idea is to store and rotate out toys (keeps things fun and interesting for your bird so he/she doesn’t lose interest). So stock up on those toys!